If you're looking for over the top grandeur, you'll get it here. The palace is a bit out of town, but worth the trip. We spent most of the day touring the state rooms, apartments, carriage collectio...
We often go for a walk there with our dog or sometimes we go there jogging. It´s also very beautiful in winter and a place you can go with your family and kids. Especially during "Lockdown-times" it`s...
This unique collection of Nymphenburg porcelain from the 18th to the 20th centuries is on display on the second floor of the former royal stables at Nymphenburg Palace. If you are a porcelain enthusia...
The palace and surrounding gardens are in my opinion a must visit if you to Munich. It is one of my favorite parks in Munich although not that close to the city center it is definitely worth the trip....
Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, Germany is really a very beautiful palace, not very big, the main building is only one floor, but his hall is really beautiful, the ticket is next to the side door, just a carriage exhibition hall can visit You can see the gorgeousness of the carriage at that time. After you buy the ticket, you can go to the main building to check the ticket and go upstairs. Then you can visit. This is a palace. Every room is beautiful. A mural on the roof is perfect. Especially the one in the hall, it is worth it for it.
is Nymphenburg in Wittelsbach. It is gorgeous and elegantly decorated. The 200-hectare garden is no worse than other European palaces.
Nymphenburg is a gift from Prince Ferdinand Maria to his wife, thanks to her son who gave birth to the kingdom. It took 200 years before and after its expansion. Although the palace did not reach the size of the French King Louis XIV, it is certainly the largest of the kind in Germany. The most famous lady gallery in the south is famous. At the beginning of the 18th century, the electorate Max expanded his mother's simple country house into a luxurious palace. Although it suffered from the Second World War
We drove directly to Nymphenburg on the outskirts of Munich and slept on the plane for a night. The most healing place was of course the quiet and beautiful garden. Nymphenburg is a gift from Prince Ferdinand Maria to his wife. Thanks to her son, the kingdom has a heir. This story makes this white castle standing in the lake more warm and quiet. Without a few steps, I saw a purple flower gallery. I am happy, please Mr. took a lot of photos for me. The name of Nymphenburg is literally translated to Schloss Nymphenburg. This Chinese word is really subtle! The fragrance is quiet and conforms to the temperament of this treasured land where many goddesses and mountain goddesses are enshrined.
In the evening, I sat on a bench in the courtyard of Nymphenburg, watching the swan roaming in the lake. This is the best way to open the palace on the outskirts of Munich, Germany.
This palace was once the summer official of the Wittelsbach dynasty and the masterpiece of German garden art. It has gorgeous parks and gardens, small buildings, and the hunting palaces of Amalien and Bad Fort, which form one of Europe's important royal palaces.
There is also a beauty gallery in the palace, which houses the court painter Stiller, the most beautiful portrait of Ludwig I. This gallery has been attracting countless artistic hobbies for more than 100 years. And tourists. Luke Vichy I was a singer, known as the king of the most beautiful women.
One of the largest historical castles in Germany, Nymphemburg Palace in Munich is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. A former summer residence for the rulers of Bavaria, Ferdinand Maria and Henrietta Adelaide of Savoy commissioned the Palace in 1664 after their son, Maximilian II Emanuel, was born. Designed by Italian architect Agostino Barelli, it took 11 years to build the original structure! Several heirs to the throne made their own additions, including a 490 acre park with a number of elaborate pavilions. Whether you choose to marvel at the opulence of the main palace or enjoy a walk through the park, Nymphemburg Palace offers art, beauty and history in a single site.
Museum Mensch und Natur
Schlosscafe im Palmenhaus
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